Master KG Did Not Pay Burna Boy for Collab on 'Jerusalema' Remix

Master KG Did Not Pay Burna Boy for Collab on 'Jerusalema' Remix

- Master KG reportedly never paid Burna Boy for his feature on the remix of the globally-renowned song Jerusalema

- The South African music producer spoke to a Nigerian newspaper called The Punch and explained how the artist collaborated but they never spoke about payment

- Master KG said Burna Boy gave him the impression that he was a fan of the track and that he did the feature "from his heart"

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Master KG reportedly did not pay Nigerian artist Burna Boy for his feature on the remix of the South African producer's global hit Jerusalema.

The music producer spoke to The Punch and explained how the conversation came about that lead to the collaboration between the two African artists.

Master KG sweetly explained how Burna Boy seemed to be a fan of the track and wanted to collaborate without any regard to discussions about payment.

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Master KG did not pay Burna Boy for Jerusalema remix

Master KG reportedly didn't pay Burna Boy for the feature on the 'Jerusalema' remix and the artist did it as a fan of the track. Images: @masterkgsa
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In an interview with The Punch, a Nigerian publication, Master KG was quoted as saying that Burna Boy did not receive payment for being featured on the remix of Jerusalema:

“I did not pay Burna Boy to feature on the remix of the song, Jerusalema. There was no paid fee for this feature to happen. The amazing thing about the song is that it was already popular. According to what I heard, the song was one of his favourite songs as well. It was so easy to make it work and make the collaboration a success. So, there was no payment for the feature."

The publication also said that Master KG explained that the song was already popular and that the impression he got from Burna Boy was that the artist was a fan of the track and happy to collaborate:

“I also feel that the reason there was no money involved is because Burna Boy also loves the song and he related well with the song. It was not something he did for money instead he did it because it comes from his heart.”
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Hopefully, 2021 sees more African stars collaborating and shining on the international stage.

In previous Master KG-related news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on how the SA music producer is making big plans and goals for 2021 to reach even higher than he did last year.

Mzansi record producer Master KG is still beaming from the success of his hit song Jerusalema and has now revealed that he has big plans for 2021, according to a report by IOL.

“There are works in progress. We are currently working so hard with a couple of international artists," said Master KG.

The Limpopo-born star said that he would let everyone know the release date when the time is right. For now, he would just like to keep his plans under wraps.

Master KG is now stepping up his game and making music with international artists. The star has even been chilling with some big celebrities overseas.

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“I am appreciating the love that I’m getting from all parts of the world. I’m happy that people are liking my music and know who I am,” said the record producer.

Master KG revealed that he never thought that Jerusalema would be so big and he is still shocked by how popular the song is all over the world.

“I remember when we made the song, we believed in it but were just looking at South Africa, that’s where the focus was at," said Master KG.

The record producer said that when they released the song, he only thought that it would do well in Mzansi but he was pleasantly surprised at how well the song was received all over the world.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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